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18 Oct
Pope Francis expresses his compassion for the victims of the recent attacks in Norway, Afghanistan and England stressing that "violence begets violence."
17 Oct
Police said the man suspected of killing five with a bow and arrow in Norway was a recent convert to Islam who had previously come to the attention of security services.
14 Oct
Police in southeastern Norway are investigating and questioning witnesses after a man armed with a bow and arrows killed five people and wounded two others. Authorities say the suspect had converted to Islam and likely acted alone. Investigations are ongoing but authorities say they believe it to be an "act of terror."
4 Oct
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18 Sep
Norway's two-day election began Sunday, with many voters concerned about how the oil-rich nation can give up its addiction to fossil fuels. For some, being the world's fastest adopter of electric vehicles isn't enough.
25 Jul
Norway holds a remembrance ceremony to honour the 77 people killed on July 22, 2011 in twin attacks by right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik.
24 Jul
Ten years after the bloodiest massacre in Norwegian history, the survivors of the Utoya shooting are still looking to challenge the far-right ideology that motivated the killing of 77 innocent people. The island, located in a lake to the west of Oslo, looks very different to how it did on that fateful day when Anders Behring Breivik turned his guns on a summer camp.
22 Jul
The bomb and shooting attacks by a far-right extremist have been described as the Nordic country's worst peacetime violence. Later on Thursday, Norway will come to a standstill to remember those who died.
30 Jun
In inconspicuous sheds in Fredrikstad in south east Norway, two gigantic tanks are foreshadowing a salmon farming industry that is increasingly tempted to migrate to land-based facilities, which until now has been the preserve of freshwater fish. By raising the salmon on land, the industry is attempting to rid itself of the issues around the tradional submerged cages that made it controversial: costly mass escapes, harmful sea lice and the chemical treatments to get rid of them, as well as mass sludge deposits on the seabed below salmon farms.
13 Jun
Norwegian Prime minister Erna Solberg tells a press conference that Norway and the UK have concluded the Scandinavian country's most comprehensive free trade agreement ever, but warns that some trade barriers remain and that trade access will be inferior to what the two countries enjoyed when the UK was an EU member. of Prime minister Erna Solberg
4 Jun
The move comes amid revelations this week that Denmark helped the US National Security Agency spy on political leaders in Europe, including German Chancellor Merkel.
9 Apr
The Eemslift Hendrika was adrift off the coast of Norway, and had the potential to dump hundreds of tons of oil into the sea.

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